National Assembly of the
Czechoslovak Republic

Národní shromáždění republiky Československé  (Czech)
Národné zhromaždenie republiky Československej  (Slovak)
Legislative body in Czechoslovakia
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
HousesSenate
Chamber of Deputies
History
Established1920
Disbanded1939
Preceded byRevolutionary National Assembly
Succeeded byInterim National Assembly
Seats450 members
  • 150 Senate
  • 300 Chamber of Deputies
Elections
proportional representation
Last election
19 May 1935
Meeting place
Zasedací sál Poslanecké sněmovny.jpg
Senate, Thun Palace, Prague
Praha Rudolfinum front.jpg
Chamber of Deputies, Rudolfinum, Prague
Constitution
Czechoslovak Constitution of 1920


The National Assembly (Czech: Národní shromáždění) was the bicameral parliament of Czechoslovakia from 1920 to 1939, during the First and Second Republics.[1] It consisted of a Chamber of Deputies with 300 members and a Senate with 150 members.

Leadership

Presidents of the Senate

Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies

References

  1. ^ Agnew, Hugh LeCaine (2004). The Czechs and the Lands of the Bohemian Crown. Hoover Press. p. 1922. ISBN 9780817944926.